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Correct spelling:
unbodied
Definition:
not having a material body; " bodiless ghosts"

Synonyms:

adjective
all
unbodied.
disembodied
unembodied.
immaterial
incorporeal, ethereal, shadowy, airy, insensible, imponderable, insubstantial, incorporate, Asomatous, nonmaterial, unsubstantial, metaphysical, wraithlike, dreamlike, intangible, supernatural, bodiless, heavenly, unembodied, spectral, aerial, dreamy, psychic, subjective, Discarnate, Unfleshly, Disbodied, celestial, unworldly, disembodied, apparitional, impalpable, uncorporal, spiritlike, unearthly, ghostly, spiritual, nonphysical.
nonphysical
Asomatous, Disbodied, wraithlike, spiritlike, apparitional, nonphysical, Unfleshly, non-physical.
noun
unbodied
formless, bodiless, bodyless, discorporate, unembodied, disembodied.
Examples of usage:
  1. And now they reach'd the earth's remotest ends, And now the gates where evening Sol descends, And Leucas' rock, and Ocean's utmost streams, And now pervade the dusky land of dreams, And rest at last, where souls unbodied dwell In ever- flowing meads of asphodel. – The Odyssey of Homer by Homer, translated by Alexander Pope
  2. And ever and anon he caught the gleam Of a white shoulder swimming in the stream, Pressed close to his, and two young eyes of black Under the dimpling surface answered back His own, just out of kissing distance: then The vain and passionate longing came again Still baffled, still renewed: he loosed his hold Upon the boughs and strove once more to fold To his embrace that fine unbodied shape; But the quick apparition made escape, And once again his empty arms took in Only the water and the shadows thin. – The Two Twilights by Henry A. Beers
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